New Hampshire Business Review March 14 2008

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The Department of Defense can give research funds, but it can't type

Death of patron who fell down stairs led to tavern's license loss

Equity loans as next round in credit crisis

N.H. had greatest warming increase in region

Guinta decides against running for governor

Job-seekers, employers try to connect in Keene

Concord homes raided in multimillion-dollar check fraud probe

Battle lines drawn over education amendment

Dramatic jump in fees to use state parks

Rock of Ages restates ’07 earnings

Merrimack council may sign outlet-mall agreement

Senators call on Rice to back Goss in suit against Japanese firm

Vt. officials look to cash in on lottery

Ezenia reports $4.5m loss for 2007

Bedford ad agency wins state liquor account

Environmental Power completes move out of N.H.

Wiring checkup stops hundreds of flights

Loud protest greets crowd at foreclosure auction

Boston-area housing slump hits 28 months

Gains seen in future infrastructure construction

Gains seen in future infrastructure construction

$700 to fill gas tank

Company plans to make downtown Dover site more profitable

N.H. named 'Most Livable State'

January home prices down 10.7% from '07

Gap grows between wages and housing in Vt.

Hannaford breach's cost total at banks: Millions

Fate of school funding is wide open in House

Nonprofits could find donations dwindling as economy limps along

Planners unanimously reject plan for condos in Dover

A new gold rush: Business glitters as gold prices soar

Spradling leaving WMUR to start own company

Fisher Scientific veterans launch IPO

Civil charges dismissed against ex-Cabletron CEO

Lynch turns to another old hand to head DOT

Monks consider sharing power at St. Anselm

Gambling ideas gain traction in Belmont

Plugging up the N.H. brain drain

UNH: Fund-raiser misspoke about goal

Skybus CEO is out: What's impact on Pease flights?

Some advice in wake of Hannaford data breach

White Mts. execs reap rewards

N.H. lottery looking to hit the jackpot

KeySpan's credibility takes a hit in Gilford

FairPoint, two unions reach deal

State homeless count: 2,600

State consumer protection law has loopholes

Southern N.H. voters pay to preserve open land

N.H. housing officials say no butts

Firms find skilled-worker visas too hard to get

Nashua storefronts aren't staying empty for long

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